This paper describes the key components of a consensus-building activity on environmental issues; while we present one example, we describe how similar activities can be built around other environmental issues.
Researchers partner with fishermen to use auto-reporting bottom-positioned sensors for ocean research
A report for agencies that manage Oregon’s coastal habitats for ecological and economic sustainability, and for all who are interested in the welfare of wildlife that inhabit our coast and its estuaries.
This document is intended to serve as a desktop resource that BOEM can use to inform its decision making as the agency carries out its statutory and regulatory responsibilities.
How NANOOS is working with coastal wave modelers to provide information on wave conditions offshore the coasts of Oregon and Washington
The purpose of Oregon’s Nearshore Research Inventory (NRI) project was to inventory and map the current and future use of Oregon’s nearshore environment by the scientific research community for use in Oregon’s marine spatial planning process.